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Grassroots

Grassroots Movement and Advocacy is aimed at highlighting the rich cultural heritages and knowledge of indigenous people, and to showcase challenges and affairs faced by indigenous people into mainstream media. IIAD support system will support indigenous people to raise rights and safeguard issues of development projects to concerned authorities to guarantee policy level changes and just and equitable processes are integrated in programs to safeguard indigenous people from negative impact.

Child and Women Welfare is a philanthropic cause of IIAD designed to provide educational, nutritional and health support services to children and menstrual, pregnancy and maternity health and support for women.

Food Drive for Chepangs at Risk of Starvation Chepangs living in absolute poverty in Nepal are starving for weeks due to COVID-19 lock down. IIAD is collaborating with local communities and support partners to provide basic food for Chepangs in Jimling and other Chepang communities......

Nepal is a multi ethnic, lingual, religious, and cultural country. Our country has more than one hundred ethnicity and caste group who speak more than 90 different languages. Indigenous people are descendents of the original inhabitants of many lands strikingly diverse in their cultures, religions......

Introduction to Chepang:The Chepang are one of Nepal’s most disadvantaged indigenous groups and are classified under the ‘highly marginalized’ category on the basis of a set of socio-economic indicators, such as population size, language literacy rate, house type, landownership, occupation and access to higher education. Due to......

Opening a retail shop might be a simple concept for most of us, but it means a lot to the indigenous Chepang community of Jimling village in Nepal. Life is hectic and resources are scarce in Jimling. One has to walk for 6-7 hours to......